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it to a whole new level for us. >>> and premiere cast. the "hungary games" gang in new york tonight as "catching fire" mania heats up to a fever pitch. it's going to be a record-breaking weekend. and we've got the inside look. >> announcer: keep it right here, america. "nightline" is back in just 60 seconds. hey! have you ever tried honey nut cheerios? love 'em. neat! now you on the other hand... you need some help. why? look atchya. what is that? you mean my honey wand? [ shouting ] [ splat ] come on. matter of fact. [ rustling ] shirt. shoes. shades. ah! wow! now that voice... my voice? [ auto-tuned ] what's wrong with my voice? yeah man, bee got swag! be happy! be healthy! that's gotta go too. ♪ hey! must be the honey! [ sparkle ] sweet. >>> good evening. and thanks for joining us. with thanksgiving around the corner, family dysfunction is on many of our minds. but in one courtroom today it's at a different level entirely. a mother of five accused of enlisting two hitmen to try to kill her husband. but this pernicious pair, not exactly pros. no, they were family. you could call it an inside
evening. thank you for joining us. how far would you go for your faith. tonight over 100 churches stand in defiance of local laws banning the use of something shocking from their services. poisonous serpents. snakes on a pulpit. christians say they're true believers and vipers are as vital to the religion as the bible itself. the tradition dates back more than a century. law makers aren't so sure it should survive. i headed down south for our series "faith matters." >> reporter: what pastor jamie kutz is doing with the snake is either a christian ritual or criminal conduct depending on who you ask? ♪ ♪ >> he is a new preacher! >> reporter: in tiny churches in rural appalachia what began generations ago as an expression of faith is turning into a fight over religious freedom in america. they believe they are called by god to handle venomous serpents and comes from a passage straight from the bible which they take literally. they pick up serpents. if they drink any deadly poison it will not hurt them. in this small church of fervent believers we saw the pastors lay hand and healing pr
characters from human to muppet. ♪ >> announcer: keep it right >>> good evening. thank you for joining us. everybody loves a good old-fashioned story of redemption, especially around the holidays. but have you ever heard of strip church? it may sound paradoxical, but for a group of suburban moms led by a former stripper it is never too late to be saved. they have the prayer circle to prove it. david wright joins their leader as she head back to the clubs for one unlikely recruiting job. pope john paul said the opposite of love is not hate, but use, as in using another person for sexual gratification. >> if you want to gather around. >> reporter: the christian tradition teaches love is all about giving yourself to other people. >> we pray for courage to night. we pray for humility. and we just pray that, security, bouncers, management, any bed th -- any bepd thody. lust is taking and coveting. taking a glance. lust is a mortal sin. why would born again christians venture into the lion's den of lust. because they're missioners. >> reporter: when i think of missionary work, i think of mother
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to us. 1,500, pesos, under $40. mama lucy is what is called a mamasan. she manages the girls. we decline her offer. but she calls benjamin to come meet us. >> hi. good to meet you. >> sitting at the bar -- >> reporter: within minutes the 6'6" texan tells us about his sex life and his business. a former waitress had written to his wife in california on facebook. which lead to this shocking and frank statement. >> she is saying i have underaged girls, [ bleep ], [ bleep ]. oblivious to our hidden cameras, benjamin tells hus he has a 16-year-old girlfriend who lives out back. >> tiny, dark skinned girl. needed a police to stay. place to stay. i bought a bar to do it. >> reporter: after texting her to come over, she walks in. she is so young. that we are blurring her face to protect her identity. [ indiscernible ] >> benjamin's declarati was so stunning, the following morning we felt we had to alert special agent eric mcgloughlin. building a case against benjamin. on tape, i have had sex with underaged girls repeatedly. that's not enough. >> it is a very strong indication. we have to as inve
are lucky to be here. >> they have been around longer than man kind itself. but only a few of us have seen one in the wild. >> there it is. >> and meteorologists are saying it could be one of the biggest storms ever. >> this is a monster storm. >> with millions of people in the path of the super typhoon, we are following the trail of destruction in southeast asia. >>> good evening. taking revenge on a cheating lover or person with whom your lover is cheating. no longer requires a dramatic public confrontation. you can bring life-altering shame through a simple blog post. tonight we are going to take you behind the scenes of an extremely controversial new website. this is the story that involves love, betrayal, humiliation, and pressing new questions about fairness and privacy? here is abc's linzie davis. >> i really, really am sorry about it. >> reporter: dana scott's tears and apologies were not enough for the woman who claims dana almost ruined her marriage by having a year and a half affair with her husband. >> if dana can't handle the humiliation of all this then you shouldn't have sle
evening. thank you for joining us. tonight we are getting new information about a 23-year-old man who went on a rampage at los angeles international airport today shooting numerous tsa officers and killing at least one while travelers cowered for their lives. how did he make it past security? what was his motive? abc's david wright has the late-breaking details about the terrifying scene. >> everybody on the floor. on the floor now. >> reporter: the nightmare started at 9:20 a.m. >> an active shooting unsettling word. a man armed with a high powered rifle marched up to the tsa checkpoint in terminal three and opened fire. >> he was all in blue. wearing like all blue. he blend in with the tsa with the people that work in the securities. first shot went out it was a loud bang. i mean, boom. >> reporter: witnesses say he appeared to be aiming at tsa officers killing one tsa officer, wounding another. that's the wounded officer running to safety. flanked by airport police. one passenger gave a chilling account of his close call with the gunman. >> he said, tsa, with a question mark, and i just
. >> reporter: to most of us, these scorpions, best hunted in the jungle of darkness, is the stuff of nightmares. but now they are also being touted as the stuff of salvation. everything from battling auto immune diseases and enhancing your love life. and the most extraordinary claim of all, a new weapon in the fight against cancer. and the sole active ingredient is skittering at our feet. the venom packed in the scorpion's stinger. >> i have seen people getting well immediately. >> reporter: russian emigre doctor and his company have made the controversial claim that the chemical in the venom that causes paralysis in prey targets and killed cancer cells. and they have managed to harness that into a drug. >> are you convinced? that this fights cancer? >> more than convinced. >> reporter: a drug not approved by the fda, but available for sale in the u.s. for $700 a bottle. a substance that thousands of desperate people, many of them americans, are literally betting their lives on. >> there you go. >> peggy, a grandmother from texas, is one of those people. >> i have absolutely no doubt that it sa
. >> you're hope jackson, huh, i'm >>> good evening, i'm dan abrahams. thank you for joining us. you are familiar with the term catfishing, people adopting false identities to gain trust, love and money. tonight a year-long "nightline" investigation follows a trail of deceit. often celebrities including m e music award brad paisley and his wife. for a chance to help, seemed like a beautiful gift. until it all turned out to be an ugly lie. here's abc's david wright. >> wow, i want to be him. >> reporter: you cut write a country song about online relationships. in fact, brad paisley did. ♪ ♪ his number one single online. in the music video, george castanza, jason alexander plays a nerd who passes himself on line as ultracool paisley. ♪ online in hollywood, i'm 6'5" ♪ ♪ ♪ it is the idea of the fantasy world that the internet has become. >> reporter: you have experienced the dark side of that. >> yeah, the dark side has been there. >> reporter: brad and his wife, kimberly williams-paisley had no idea how dark it could get until they were sucked into a cruel, elaborate hoax,
colgate optic white line. >> good evening and thanks for joining us. she's the woman at the center of a sensational murder trial, the other woman. a prominent utah doctor was found guilty of killing his wife but now all eyes are on his former mistress. did he kill for love? dan abrams has the exclusive interview for our series, crime and punishment. >> we the jury, find the defendant as to count one, murder, guilty. >> martin mckneel convicted this weekend in a utah courtroom of murdering his wife in the couple's bathtub. the alleged motive? this woman, his long time girlfriend. >> i love martin. >> do you still love him? >> i care for him on a very deep level. >> today she sat down with us to explain her role in the bizarre murder trial of her former lover. prosecutors argued that mcneil convinced his wife to get a facelift so he could overprescribe medication and ultimately kill her all to start a new life with gypsy. >> to me he could have never done such a thing. >> but he loved you. and the allegation was that he loved you so much that he wanted his wife out of the picture so
dollar private army operating at the tip of the u.s. fear. >> did your people ever kill innocent civilians? >> it's entirely possible. >> we asked the man who ran black water is he a war profiteer or the ultimate pariot burned by his own government? and they're back. two of the most notorious men on the continent back in the headlines tonight. how did george zimmerman land back behind bars. >> he's in my housebreaking all my [ bleep ] because i asked him to leave. >> and why did rob ford knock over this woman? >> keep it right here america, >> from new york city, this is "nightline" with dan harris. >> and good evening. the risky business of flipping real estate is back. if you were looking for signs that the housing market has rebounded, this is it. tonight you're going to meet women taking big risks, putting their own family's finances on the line to buy hot mess houses, fix them up and sell them, they hope, for a profit. will it work? here is rebecca jarvis for our series, "realty check." >> this is the only bathroom? >> it is the only bathroom. >> it's monday morning and we'r
.org and thrive. >>> from new york city, nz "nightline" with dan abrams. >>> that's correct for joining us. when we hear about celebrities claims to be addicted to sex there's a collective eye roll. when it comes to porn, there's increasingly concrete evidence, science, that the addiction can be real. and as powerful as drugs and alcohol. for many kids that can easily access porn from their computers and smartphones it can go well beyond just a dirty habit and become a dangerous one. here's abc lindsay davis. >> reporter: according to one study, 7 of 10 teens have accidentally stumbled across porn online. but experts are asking is the average teen really ready for this? >> hard-core porn. right on my phone for anybody to access. >> reporter: we also suspected porn can't be good for the teenage brain but tonight a new study. is there now scientific evidence to back that up? >> when you put porn into google, what does he think is going to come up? probably pictures of make a naked woman. he's account putted into a woman of sexual violence. >> reporter: gail, the author of a book called "pornland"
evening. thank you for joining us. black friday can be a discount shopp shopper's dream. during the holiday season, in particular, some will be looking for more than a discount, a real steal. to the tunes of billions of dollars. as retailers prepare for the big sale season, they're also going to great lengths to prepare for those trying to avoid paying at all. abc's rebecca jarvis got a look behind the security cameras. ♪ >> reporter: 'tis the season for finding a great bargain. doors are opening early with the juiciest deals this year coming before you could even digest your turkey. but as more retailers line up to steal the thanksgiving spotlight, there are those bad apples fryi s trying to steal f them. shoplifting costs retail industries more than $26 billion last year. and the holidays only fan the flames. what is it about the holidays that make people steal? >> people are more likely to commit theft during the holidays because of the crowds, because of the frenzy. they're figuring retailers are really distracted. they're not going to notice. they are. >> reporter: they'r
that pierce the sky he left them all behind we're left to wonder why he left us all behind ♪ ♪ hey miss murder can i hey miss murder can i make beauty stay if i take my life whoa-oh-ohh ♪ ♪ dreams of his crash won't pass oh how they all adored him beauty will last when spiraled down ♪ ♪ the stars that mystify he left them all behind and how his children cried he left us all behind ♪ ♪ hey miss murder can i hey miss murder can i make beauty stay if i take my life whoa-oh-ohh ♪ >>> tonight on night line. sucker punch as police investigate a possible spike in the so-called knock out game. teenagers attacking innocent people just for fun. and it's on the rise across america. tonight we talk to the young man who threw this infamous punch. is this the end of marriage as we know it? more couples opting to become triples or fourples. live in lovers spicing up the marital bed and helping raise the children. could your marriage survive it? >> most people are monogamous because their vows say i will forsake all overs for you. >> and this time from a highly unusual location. the playful jab
. join us at and thrive. woah, this k l! the tour. give him the tour. let me show you! soft-close drawers, farm sink! where's my room? we had to take just a little bit for the kitchen. because your kitchen dreams can be big. ikea has it all. >>> good evening. it is pretty much a universally terrifying notion -- coming face to face with a shark. now, one of the most hated beasts on earth has a controversial new spokesman. this guy not only swims unprotected with sharks he treats them like pets. critics say his message may be good, but they argue his method are irresponsible and even dangerous. tonight, abc's matt gutman suits up and gets in the water with the shark whisperer. it may be the sum of all human fears, maybe just mine. >> on your left. on your left. >> reporter: coming face to jaws with a 14-foot tiger shark, the size of a car. >> wow. >> reporter: you think "jaws." the apex predators that could sw swallow you whole. great whites gnashing at shark cages, the surfer chomped by a tiger shark in hawaii. check out videos filmed recently off a california beach. >> he is
, this is "nightline" with juju chang. >>> good evening. thank you for joining us. it is a case that boggles the mind. after serving years in prison for murder, he always said he didn't commit, today ryan ferguson enjoyed his first full day of freedom. how did this bright-eyed college student end up losing nearly a decade of his life behind bars. we tracked done a juror who voted to convict him who now says he has a gut wrenching message to share. here is "nightline's" dan abrahams. >> reporter: today, ryan ferguson woke up a free man. having spent all most all of his 20s in prison for a crime he always maintained he did not commit. [ cheers and applause ] >> just hugged my parents. hung out with them for a while. i knew that i wanted to go to my favorite steakhouse. steak and family the second you get out. can't beat that. >> reporter: ferguson was convicted for the brutal murder of this beloved journalist in 2001. the crime scene outside the newspaper where he worked, littered with physical evidence, bloody footprints. fingerprints and even hair. but none of it matched ryan. so how did he end up be
just the soul, they're giving us a bird's eye view of the romance, the dramas, and the all-out waddle war. >> announcer: keep it right here, america, "nightline" is back in just 60 seconds. ♪ [ male announcer ] united is rolling out global, satellite-fed wi-fi to connect you even 35,000 feet over the ocean. ♪ that's...wifi friendly. ♪ >>> good evening. thank you for joining us. getting ready to go home for the holidays? even if you bought your plane ticket you are not home free yet. airlines make billions off those pesky extras you just can't do without. and if you are traveling with kids. the numbers only fly higher. abc's linz linzie davis found o what you need to save big on tonight's "nightline" "on the lookout." >> reporter: it is 7:00 in the morning. >> we call a bug out. >> reporter: 4 month dillon and big brother like are off to a rough start. it is going to be a long day. their mom claire is producer for "nightline." tasked with a tough assignment. she is about to board a flight to atlanta with both kids, all their stuff in tow, just to uncover exactly how much families
, lindsey wouldn't seep another birthday. >> i used to go to her apartment every day, when she got sick and du do her therapy. i would walk to work knowing, my daughter was dying before my eyes and nothing i could do about it. >> reporter: on the morning of april 4, 2011. the call came that just might save her life. >> oh, my god. i got the phone call. abc news is there. >> oh, my god. >> i love you, good luck. >> they called. they said they have a potential match. it will be for real. as soon as my mom called she was screaming you. got to call. you got the call. i never heard. >> the only three word that could come out of my mouth. i couldn't have any other word. >> reporter: while lindsey and her family head to new york presbyterian, dr. jonathan yang is heading across town. and if everything is in tiptop shape we will accept the organs. it will be heartbreaking if they weren't healthy and we would have to reject them. >> checking into the hospital, lindsey knows this is her only chance. fear takes second place. to reality. i wouldn't have the attitude i have or -- or the strength i h
, this is "night line" with dan abrams. >>> good evening. thank you for joining us. do you believe in magic? in las vegas, the answer is a resounding yes where they are selling tricks to the tune of billions. it's big business. if you saw the david blaine special on abc, you know it is getting a makeover. larger than life magicians pulling off the ultimate balancing act to stay cutting edge. are they risking too much? tonight abc's cecelia vega disappears into their world. >> reporter: what you are about to witness is magic unlike anything you have ever seen, illusionist david blaine drinking kerosene. all in the name of a trick that is just plain deadly. he spent more than 20 years trying to master this stunt despite warnings from every expert telling him not to try it. did you get any of that into your lungs it will cause an inflammation of the lung which can cause severe damage. there is a chance that you could inhale some of this and you could die. >> reporter: then again this is the guy who famously froze himself to near death, held his breath underwater for 17 minutes. fasted for 44 days, and
as part of the u.s. military draw down, they shutter their base for a final time. and start their long journey home. >> reporter: they wait to greet their soldiers as three anxious wives get ready for the reunion they have been waiting for in nine months. >> yeah. >> i am more excited about him coming home than it was about the day we got married. >> one of the greatest moments. >> finally -- after almost a year -- counting down day after day. the excitement of the homecoming outweighed perhaps by the anticipation. of their loved ones finally returning home. for specialist fuller it is the tunnel vision he predicted. the search as if in slow motion until -- success. for all they knew, captain lott and britney may have been the only two in that whole entire room. [ indiscernible ] >> reporter: has a single senten sentence, this is my daddy, ever soun sounded so good. >> what do you think, 275 days later? >> i love seeing him with her. greatest thing ever. >> reporter: how does she feel? >> felt pretty light. >> reporter: yeah. >> new. >> reporter: yeah. >> fragile. for these military fa
city, this is "nightline" with dan abrahams. >>> good evening and thank you for joining us. dr. martin macneill was a prominent utah physician with eight children who loved and looked up to him. after his former beauty queen wife suddenly died in their home it was their eldest daughters who pressed the authorities for many years to charge their own father. today's bizarre case went to the jury and in just hours, the jury returned a verdict. it's our series "crime and punishment." >> reporter: for 57-year-old martin macneill these were not the words he hoped to hear. >> having reviewed the evidence and testimony in the case find the defendant as to count one, murder, guilty. as to count two, obstruction of justice, guilty. >> reporter: the u.s. doctor had been charged with murdering his wife in the bathtub of their suburban home. the star witnesses, macneill's own daughters. who were single handedly responsible for convincing prosecutors to bring charges against their father. >> ever since the day my mom died, i was concerned that my father killed her. and i've been fighting to get just
epic fail. >> we did fumble the ball on it. so it's not on them. it's on us. >> keep it right here, america. "nightline" is back in just 60 seconds. >>> from new york city this is "nightline" with dan harris. >>> good evening. you've no doubt heard of helicopter parents who hover over their kids. tonight you're going to see the bizarro world version of that. moms who go out clubbing till dawn with their daughters. this trend appears to have started with celebrities, but now regular moms are fighting for their right to party. they say it's great mother-daughter bonding time. but psychologists are not so sure. here's abc's juju chang. ♪ >> reporter: it's 11:00 p.m. at a new york city hot spot. but the night is young for vanesa levine. her bff, nicole, is her shot-taking, booty-shaking partner in crime. they hit the dance floor nearly every weekend. but there's a twist. nicole is vanesa's mother. >> you like the music? >> i like you. >> whoa. >> reporter: that's right. 22-year-old vanesa parties with her 47-year-old mom. >> i'm sure you've had this before. but you do not look like m
que use trajecitos. sÍ, claro. >>la teresa mendoza se quebrÓ al gato y se largÓ de aquÍ. a estas alturas del partido no sabemos ni dÓnde estÁ, ni quÉ tanto sabe. >>¿pero quÉ puede saber esa niÑa, hombre? no, el gÜero nunca hablaba de sus negocios. no creo que ella sea un peligro para nadie. >>no te confÍes, tio. las viejas siempre encuentran la forma de averiguar lo que quieren con sus maridos. [suena el celular] >>hablando del rey de roma. >>dile dÓnde estÁs. >>espÉrate. >>¿don epifanio? >>teresita, ya me enterÉ de lo que le pasÓ al gÜero. ¿dÓnde estÁs, mi hijita? [♪] [♪] >>aguanta, aguanta. [♪] [♪] [enristra arma] [♪] >>don epifanio. gracias por venir. necesito que me ayude. >>ay, mi hijita, lamento decirte que no puedo hacer nada por ti. ya estÁs muerta, teresa mendoza. estÁs muerta, mi hijita. cc: telemundo network (305) 887-3060 .......... .♪ . >>m. ♪ . >> m. ♪ . >> ♪ . >> m e j or di c h o ca si s >> y a va mo s a l le ga r >> n g >> n g te n g o q ue a c o m pu se g u ri d os >> n g te n g o q ue a c o
on her front doorstep. >> she had to be victim of a homicide in order for us to get message that something need to be done by way of legislation. >> reporter: laws were passed the lapd stalker unit was born which protected the likes of morgan fairchild prey for multiple stalkers who ironically once played a stalking victim in "seduction." >> hello? >> i watched you today? >> what? >> reporter: once she says a female fan began writing innocent postings on her website. then started sending card, gifts, and disturbing handwritten letters to her home address. >> i am going to show up on your doorstep. fly across the country. you promised me you would pay our bills. you haven't done it. now i am angry. i was like, uh, it was getting threatening. >> reporter: the obsessed fan believed fairchild was her mother. >> with all the technology that is readily available to any weirdo on the street, you, do get a little concerned about, about your safety, your security. >> that's where we come in. part of our job is managing that fear. in addition to managing the case. >> madonna suffered
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